LSU's offense starts slow, defense steps up

BATON ROUGE, La. -- In the annals of LSU football history, the Tigers' 63-14 win against Idaho on Saturday will look like a blowout in which the superior team dominated the winless small-conference opponent.

What will be forgotten are the times Tigers' defenders bailed LSU out of what was, at times, a sluggish performance by a team caught between a big nonconference win over Washington and an SEC opener at Auburn.

Four interceptions of Idaho's Dominique Blackman turned what might have been an upset alert game into a laugher.

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